British early WWII pattern Khaki Drill Trousers

British early WWII pattern Khaki Drill Trousers

Reproduction.

 
Our PriceUS$ 45.00
Code201254000
Stock502
Weight0.82
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This is the early pattern with no back pockets, two on-seam side pockets, and field dressing pocket on right front. Brass buttons as used on the earliest production of these trousers.
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